Preparation of sodium-meta borate with series reactor and laboratory conditions
  • Article Type: Research Article
  • Eurasian Journal of Biosciences, 2019 - Volume 13 Issue 2, pp. 883-886
  • Published Online: 07 Jul 2019
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Abstract

Sodium per-borate is obtained from the reaction between sodium-meta borate and hydrogen peroxide in the presence of magnesium sulfate or magnesium chloride as a stabilizer. Sodium-meta borate is obtained from reaction between sodium hydroxide and borax in the presence of sodium silicate. Typically this reaction is performed in a batch reactor. In this study, first, the reaction rate constant between sodium hydroxide and borax is obtained 4.94*10 (dm3/mole)2.12(sec)-1 , the reaction degree for sodium hydroxide was 2.47 and the reaction degree for borax was 0.65. Then continue using the obtained data in three series reactors with a volume of 1000ml for each operating conditions, respectively conversion percentage were in first reactor 41.6, second reactor 48.78 and the third reactor 50.96 while the percentage of computational conversion was respectively 84.79, 88.34 and 94.08. For obtaining the percentage of conversion in larger reactors respectively 1000, 1042 and 1110.

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